T-mobile Mobile Broadband USB Stick 150 with 12 months internet, £72.95 delivered @ Woolworths - HotUKDeals
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Usual price £149, so this is a great deal. Use ZZ383 to knock off £5, to effectively get free delivery.

With the Mobile Broadband USB Stick 150 you can Email, poke, shop, post, and blog to your heart's content Plug in and go for 12 months unlimited access. This compact USB modem gives you quick and easy internet access. Surf your favourite websites at fast speeds of up to 3.6Mbps*. Simple plug and play technology - no need to install any software. Keep all your files and photos with you by adding your own Micro SD card (up to 4GB) and using your modem as a memory stick. The Mobile Broadband USB Stick 150 works with both Windows and Mac software.
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#1
unlimited access ! ?

i assume that means 24/7 as oppposed to as many terabytes as you like - will have to have a proper read in the morning
1 Like #2
Just had a look at t-mobile site - £149 there!

Unlimited means 2gb a month - they wont charge you (they cant anyway!) if you go over but may restrict your use.....

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What does unlimited browsing mean?

Browsing means looking at websites and checking your email, but not watching videos or downloading files. We do have a fair use policy but ours means that you'll always be able to browse the internet, it's only when you go over your fair use amount that, during peak times, you won't be able to download, stream or watch video clips.
banned#3
fair use of 2gb a month
#4
does this need to be activated or is it activate the moment you buy it?.. because i am interested in it but it isn't really needed right now but in the future defo
#5
Would it not be even cheaper if you bought this for £74 and something for £1 making the total £75, you could then use the £10 off £75 code?
banned#6
Flyfisher
Would it not be even cheaper if you bought this for £74 and something for £1 making the total £75, you could then use the £10 off £75 code?


It would, but they are part of the shop direct group and may take the voucher value back for any reason at a later date :)

They have a habit of doing that :x
#7
These are a bag of **** they are so slow, slower than dial up. Tried it in 3 different areas and speed about the same.
#8
pipsqueak
These are a bag of **** they are so slow, slower than dial up. Tried it in 3 different areas and speed about the same.


They can be slow, if you don't have good coverage, but very handy for those who don't have a portable land line for dial-up :roll:
#9
Pookiepoo
does this need to be activated or is it activate the moment you buy it?.. because i am interested in it but it isn't really needed right now but in the future defo



Same for me... Anyone have any ideas on this?
#10
This is a stonkingly good deal! Heated and bought!
1 Like #11
Hah... 2gb.

I get through about 50gb a day =P

Still seems a decent price compared to what else is about, though.
#12
Great deal
#13
:thumbsup:
#14
Great price. Useful for my in car PC!
#15
Seems a good deal
#16
Very tempting - I ordered the T-Mobile modem for £9.99 in December but for some reason they cancelled the order. That's a better option and I don't have to get it from T-Mobile, even better :-)

Heat and rep added, thanks.
#17
ratfink
Just had a look at t-mobile site - £149 there!

Unlimited means 2gb a month - they wont charge you (they cant anyway!) if you go over but may restrict your use.....

Hot

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What does unlimited browsing mean?

Browsing means looking at websites and checking your email, but not watching videos or downloading files. We do have a fair use policy but ours means that you'll always be able to browse the internet, it's only when you go over your fair use amount that, during peak times, you won't be able to download, stream or watch video clips.


Last time I ordered a Blackberry with unlimited internet surfing from Woolworth, I was sent a mobile dongle and was charged nearly £2 a day and my £15 top up went up the blaaaaaaackhole within 6 days. Now, Woolworth asked me to ask T-mobile to refund me.

Anybody with a bit of common sense would know Woolworth should not have employed idiots who could not handle a simple order. A mobile dongle sim card should not have gone into the box in the first place. I spent a fortune talking to T-mobile and some girl put me on hold, probably just to laugh in the background. Just to tell you how pathetic these companies are! :w00t::w00t:

I would not buy anything from Woolworth from now on. Hard work to return the stuff. Keep asking me to phone 0845 .... Now I am £20 out of pocket as I sent the packet by tracked delivery. A lesson to bargain hunters - try to get your stuff you can return without hassle!
#18
Pookiepoo
does this need to be activated or is it activate the moment you buy it?.. because i am interested in it but it isn't really needed right now but in the future defo


Certainly need to activate it. Make sure you only top up £5 just in case some idiots send you a wrong sim card, as in my case, and you will be ripped off £2 a day at MATE'S rate (didn't it make you sick when it was called Mate's rate!). I thought I topped up £15 to keep my son happy. In the end, tears for me.:x:w00t::x
#19
aym280;7443985
Certainly need to activate it. Make sure you only top up £5 just in case some idiots send you a wrong sim card, as in my case, and you will be ripped off £2 a day at MATE'S rate (didn't it make you sick when it was called Mate's rate!). I thought I topped up £15 to keep my son happy. In the end, tears for me.:x:w00t::x


Why would anyone need to top-up this? - I thought it's already pre-paid for 12 months, otherwise get the modem + payg sim from T-Mobile or PC-World for £9.99 (plus £10 mandatory top-up).
#20
Flyfisher;7441941
Would it not be even cheaper if you bought this for £74 and something for £1 making the total £75, you could then use the £10 off £75 code?


Excellent idea - any suggestions for a £1 item?

I will have a look myself but if you have a link ready it will help a lot - thanks in advance.
#21
refaey;7444064
Excellent idea - any suggestions for a £1 item?

I will have a look myself but if you have a link ready it will help a lot - thanks in advance.


Unbelievable - I can't find any £1 item on the whole site, tried lot of things cables, adaptors, sockets,...etc no joy.

The cheapest thing I found is this for £3 if it helps anyone.
#22
Cheapest filler found so far:

Silhouette reversible pillow cases - £1.50
Cat No: RA8631H

here

But only a few left in colour "paprika/ivory"
#23
I've got one of these. They are absolutely gash - rubbish at picking up signal, really slow download rate. Your better off finding somewhere with free wi fi (like mcdonalds, coffee shops, etc) than wasting your time with this gadget. Another option would be to just get a phone contract with free internet access. That's what i'm going for instead. T Mobile dongles are slow it takes an hour to download emails. Frustrating.
#24
refaey
Why would anyone need to top-up this? - I thought it's already pre-paid for 12 months, otherwise get the modem + payg sim from T-Mobile or PC-World for £9.99 (plus £10 mandatory top-up).


I was talking about a different phone for the same two companies.
#25
I know it was said this doesn't require software, does that mean it would work in an Xbox to connect to live.
#26
ratfink
Just had a look at t-mobile site - £149 there!

Unlimited means 2gb a month - they wont charge you (they cant anyway!) if you go over but may restrict your use.....

Hot

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What does unlimited browsing mean?

Browsing means looking at websites and checking your email, but not watching videos or downloading files. We do have a fair use policy but ours means that you'll always be able to browse the internet, it's only when you go over your fair use amount that, during peak times, you won't be able to download, stream or watch video clips.


Magurdrac
Hah... 2gb.

I get through about 50gb a day =P

Still seems a decent price compared to what else is about, though.


I'm currently on a three gig 24 month contract with Orange which ends in May but recently my downloads have increased dramatically. Ebay is eating it!

So I need to look for other options. This is very intriguing especially if you cant get charged! Is this true? Even for 50 GIGABYTES!!!!!!!!???????

I was expecting I'd have to take the PAYG route, hammering as much as possible, until its cut off (do they cut them off?) and then start again with a new PAYG sim.? Maybe needing to be used through a mobile phone?

Hope someone can help?

Regards

Vertical
#27
Magurdrac
Hah... 2gb.

I get through about 50gb a day =P

Still seems a decent price compared to what else is about, though.


you download 50gb a day on mobile broadband when other people are saying it takes an hour to open emails? whereabouts in the country are you? i may move there!
#28
I have just joined T-mobile on an 18 month contract but their customer services is not very polite. :x
#29
can i get the sim out and stick it in my t-mobile phone? not for calls just for online browsing
#30
2gb no thanks and via tmobile terrible deal and customer service.


this deal should fool nobody that knows about the internet and mobile broadband
1 Like #31
I am using T Mobile and it's a contract 3gb for £15 a month.
It's actually my brother's but he's abroad so I use it and give him the £15 a month.
I find the coverage OK (better than 02 mobile BB) and once you reach your 3gb limit for the month they restrict you between 4pm and midnight to browsing so you can't download big files or go onto You Tube etc.

They send an email
You've now exceeded your monthly Mobile Broadband Fair Use Policy. For the rest of calendar month at peak time 4pm-midnight, only web browsing will be possible.

Not sure if this deal being offered has the same restrictions ( and of course it's 2gb per month) but I thought I'd mention the way my one works anyway.

Other mobile BB companies I believe, if you go over the 3gb charge extra per mb.
#32
Can this be used outside of the country? I need to go abroad to a few destinations and want a mobile broadband which allows me to access the internet wherever i am
#33
Ordered, T-mobile has been one of he best 3G broadband data networks for me, far better than O2, Orange or Vodafone, but then again it depends where you live...
#34
LC
Can this be used outside of the country? I need to go abroad to a few destinations and want a mobile broadband which allows me to access the internet wherever i am


yes but you will pay roaming charges and they are not cheap
#35
10 twistable pencils - 3 POUNDS.. useful for kids => with code deal comes to 71 pounds
#36
i have heard very bad things about t-mobiles mobile broadband connectivity and speeds....

o2 work the best for big inner city's

three are only good in bigger city's (but the cheapest and not as bad as everyone makes out)

vodaphone seems the slowest so far

(i have all of the above dongles)

does anybody know if we can return these if we are not happy with them? 14 day money back gaurantee.....for a full refund?

thanks
#37
I've got this and even though I get 3-4 bars of 3G signal strength I only usually can get irc chat and very very few web pages.

Helpdesk can't resolve it either.

So beware this might be next to useless to you!
#38
As long as it's not activated it looks like a great deal to me - I currently have Three brodaband lite (1GB) for £5/month but I'm tied to the contract until the end of March (thanks to a HUKD post in Sept '08). It's great or checking email and stuff at work but a bigger limit would be handy. I took out the original contract on the assumption that after 18months mobile broadband would be much cheaper. Unfortunately it isn't as far as I can see, but this works out at £6/month. Only problem is I'd have to cancel my Three deal - will I be able to find a deal as cheap as this in March/April 2011??
#39
Cheapest item I could find on the site is this for £1.50:

http://s7v1.scene7.com/is/image/Littlewoods/240x360prodtemplate?layer=comp&wid=240&hei=360&fmt=jpeg&qlt=90&resMode=sharp2&op_usm=1,1,10,0&$offerimg=is{Littlewoods/saleBadge_round?scl=1}&$productimg=is{Littlewoods/A897E_SP254_01_FW226?scl=1}&$productimgsize=240,360&defaultImage=/Littlewoods/imageunavailable

this opens the door to the £10 off voucher :)
1 Like #40
hdizzle
Cheapest item I could find on the site is this for £1.50:

http://s7v1.scene7.com/is/image/Littlewoods/240x360prodtemplate?layer=comp&wid=240&hei=360&fmt=jpeg&qlt=90&resMode=sharp2&op_usm=1,1,10,0&$offerimg=is{Littlewoods/saleBadge_round?scl=1}&$productimg=is{Littlewoods/A897E_SP254_01_FW226?scl=1}&$productimgsize=240,360&defaultImage=/Littlewoods/imageunavailable



this opens the door to the £10 off voucher :)


that looks like a pants offer to me....

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